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Taramakau Bridge cycling and walking clip-on making good progress

The NZ Transport Agency’s Taramakau Bridge cycling and walking clip-on should be completed in just over a month, ready for the summer holiday cyclists. The clip-on is designed to fill the gap until a new road bridge with a dedicated cycle and pedestrian lane is built.

In the meantime, the West Coast cycling network(external link) is expanding and the Taramakau Bridge clip-on provides a safer way for cyclists to cross the river, away from motorised traffic, on the existing road-rail bridge.

Read the earlier stories about this project here(external link).

Media: If you would like a high resolution photo of the progress, please email frances.adank@nzta.govt.nz

 

Taramakau Bridge cycling and walking clip-on

The cycling and walking clip-on is well under construction alongside the Taramakau road-rail bridge, ready for the summer cyclists exploring the West Coast between Greymouth, Kumara and Hokitika.